November 19, 2015
The video cameras were all around our booth during the SEMA Show in Las Vegas, so if you want to catch what was going on and learn about the latest and greatest products coming out of the Banks shop, scroll down through the videos below, or click on one of these links:
• Shell SEMA Experience with Alan Taylor
• What's Up At Banks-SEMA BOOTH
• Power Automedia: Banks Bullet
• Power Automedia: iDash
• Power Automedia: Jeep 4.0L
• Power Automedia: Water-Methanol Injection
• Quadratec: Jeep 4.0L
• Summit Racing: iDash
• Summit Racing: Water-Methanol Injection
• Dennis Pittsenbarger: Bullets, Density, and Forced Induction
Alan Taylor, a man known for his The Drive show and Popular Science Radio, interviews Gale about such topics innovative products for Jeeps, gas and diesel trucks, plus previews to new electronic devices and software launches.
Just a few quick glimpses of our 2015 SEMA booth.
Gale explains to ins and outs and features and benefits of the Banks water-meth system.
Gale talks to Summit about why the Banks water-meth system is such a great idea.
The new iDash shows you what you really want to know - the mass of air moving through your engine. Use it to measure changes in tuning, chart the effectiveness of new parts, and much more, in real time and delivering meaningful data.
Gale talks to the guys at Summit about all the cool things the iDash does.
Banks Power's turbo system for the Jeep inline-6 delivers horsepower and off-idle torque with the drivability you need for off-road precision. The kit is complete down to items like sealant tape for a true "everything is in the box" installation.
Gale gives Quadratec a detailed breakdown of the Turbo and Intercooler system for the Jeep Wrangler TJ with the 4.0L engine.
By intercepting and adjusting the communication between your turbocharged truck or SUV's engine and ECU, the Banks Bulllet tuner can add horsepower, torque, and performance you can feel, safely and economically.
This is a fast-paced interview, covering topics such as manifold air density, forced induction analysis ... all with the ultimate goal of creating more power-more efficiently.
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